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This webinar focuses on optimizing the silicone spraying process on glass barrels by combining a mathematical modeling approach and experimental data.
The achievement of a proper silicone layer formation on glass primary packaging is crucial in developing robust parenteral/device/combination products that are stable during their shelf life and delivery to the patient. This webinar will focus on optimizing the silicone spraying process on glass barrels by combining a mathematical modeling approach and experimental data. We will share our DOE approach to optimize the silicone spraying process, the mathematical model, and experimental results. We will also discuss outcomes on silicon layer stability. Finally, we will present an overview of analytical capabilities in terms of silicon layer characterization and performance, focusing on customized case studies.
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US Technical Excellence Center (TEC) Site Leader
Abizer is the Site Leader for the US Technology Center of Excellence for Stevanato Group in Boston. He is responsible for providing integrated drug development services for parenteral products and Drug Delivery Devices. Abizer has over 20 years of experience in pharmaceutical development and commercial manufacturing operations. He has also worked previously with Zalicus, Genzyme, and Bristol-Myers Squibb. He has achieved several global regulatory approvals for large and small molecules as well as combination medicinal products through standard and accelerated regulatory filings. Abizer obtained his Ph.D. in Pharmaceutics from the University of Connecticut.
Advance Technology Analyst, SG Lab Advanced Technology
Danilo is a subject matter expert in mathematical modeling applied to biological systems. In SG Lab Advanced Technology, he has been working on developing mathematical models to optimize medical devices and processes (e.g., silicone spraying). He has a Master Degree in Biomedical Engineering at Politecnico di Torino (Italy), and a Ph.D. in Chemical/Bioscience Engineering at University of Calabria (Italy), in collaboration with Ghent University (Belgium), and he has several years of experience in the development of optimized medical devices.
Research Scientist, SG Lab Analytics
Chiara has been working since 2013 in Stevanato Group as a subject matter expert on silicone coating characterization and performances, forensic-like analysis, and material characterization. She collaborates with several customers to design siliconization studies tailored to their own needs. Previously she worked for several years at National Research Centre in Padua, where she started collaborating with Stevanato Group in 2008 as technical support in materials characterizations and coating synthesis. Chiara has a Degree in Chemistry from Ca’ Foscari University in Venice.
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